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Walking Alongside

Walking Alongside

E. P. Martin was nurtured in faith in his home congregation, Joy Lutheran, Moore. Recognizing God was calling him to become a rostered minister. He would be quitting his job and was concerned about paying for his seminary education. His wife, Sandi, could stay...
Walking Alongside

Paths to Explore

After moving to Myrtle Beach, Jackie, her husband, Chris, and son, Sean Michael, settled quickly into life at the beach and at St. Philip. Shortly thereafter, they welcomed a fourth family member to their family, a daughter, Sophie. Fast forward several years, and the...
Walking Alongside

Lutheran Homes of South Carolina Foundation

During a weekly Monday morning staff meeting, Greg Estes, the Executive Director for Lutheran Hospice, learned that the weekend nurse took a call from a woman named *Ms. Carol in Newberry.  “Her words were hard to understand. She was in so much pain it was...
Grace, donuts, and faith in action

Grace, donuts, and faith in action

Last Fall we had an idea: pick a day when students might need a little boost and set up on Greene Street handing out free donuts. It would be a simple gesture, but also a great way of showering a little love on a lot of students. And then the day came and… mostly...
Walking Alongside

I Say Why A Lot

“I say ‘why’ a lot, you know?” It may seem odd that Jackie Orcutt, a member of St. Philip Lutheran for over 20 years, would be saying such a thing. After moving to Myrtle Beach, Jackie, her husband, Chris, and son, Sean Michael, settled quickly into life at the beach...

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